|ACS Smoking Cessation Online Course||
It Pays for Your Patients to Quit Smoking Before
Surgery: Outcomes, Interventions and Reimbursement
An E-Learning, 1 CME accredited program for surgical practitioners to detail
the effects of nicotine and smoking on surgical outcomes, the benefits of
counseling and pharmacotherapy, the appropriate codes and reimbursement benefits
for smoking cessation counseling and resources for surgeons and patients titled
"It pays for your patients to Quit Smoking before surgery: Outcomes,
Interventions and Reimbursement."
Fellows - $40
Associates - $40
Resident Members -
Affiliate MD/DO Members - $40
Medical Students -
Non-Members - $65
|AJCC Staging Desk Reference||
AJCC Staging Desk Reference
American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) has developed the Staging Desk
Reference to serve as a handy tool for use when abstracting cancer cases.
The Staging Desk Reference is not intended to replace the Seventh
Edition AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, but rather serve as a useful
resource that can quickly and easily provide specific information relevant to
The first section, General Staging Rules, provides the TNM rules
formatted for quick access. Chapter 1 of the Cancer Staging Manual
provides more information and context, but the basic rules are provided in the
Staging Desk Reference. The Cross Reference section was created to help
registrars quickly match ICD-0 codes, CSv2 schemas, and AJCC manual chapters.
Two frequently used cross references are provided in this section, the first
organized by ICD-O-3 Site Code, and the second by AJCC manual chapter. These
features provide users with two options for finding information they need. This
booklet will be particularly useful when trying to determine which AJCC staging
form to use for a particular code. Finally, the Head and Neck Nodes section
provides a helpful tool for identifying nodes in an often confusing part of the
Limit: 5 copies
|Cancer Program Standards 2012, Version 1.2.1 Ensuring Patient-Centered Care||
Cancer Program Standards 2012, Version 1.2.1: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care
This manual encompasses the restructured requirements that each program must meet prior to survey and includes the revised and new standards that must be met in order to obtain CoC accreditation.
The manual includes standards that are designed to address patient-centered needs, including mechanisms to address psychosocial distress, manage health care barriers and disparities through a patient navigation process, deliver genetic testing and counseling, and provide for preparation and distribution of a survivorship care plan at the conclusion of treatment. The standards have also been enhanced to increase the focus on evaluating the quality of care and outcomes through the introduction of expected performance levels for accountability and quality improvement measures, as well as an annual study that assesses the appropriateness of patient evaluation and treatment planning.
This publication replaces all previous versions of the
manual, including: Cancer Program Standards 2009: Revised Edition and Cancer
Program, Standards 2012: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care, and Cancer Program
Standards 2012, Version 1.1: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care, and Cancer
Program Standards 2012, Version 1.2:Ensuring Patient-Centered Care. The requirements in this manual are to be implemented January 1, 2012 and should be used to support compliance with CoC standards for accreditation beginning in 2012 and forward.
|Cancer Program Standards: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care 2016 Edition||
Cancer Program Standards: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care 2016 Edition
The Commission on Cancer (CoC)’s Cancer Program Standards: Ensuring
Patient-Centered Care Manual
(2016 edition) encompasses the requirements cancer programs must meet to earn
and maintain CoC accreditation.
includes standards to promote patient-centered cancer care, including the
delivery of genetic testing and counseling, the development of survivorship care
plans, and mechanisms to address psychosocial distress and health care
disparities and barriers. The standards have been enhanced with clarifications
and improved language to help with the comprehension of the compliance
The 2016 edition replaces all previous versions of the manual. The
requirements in this manual are to be implemented January 1, 2016 (with the
exception of the 2017 phase-in standards) and followed to demonstrate compliance
with CoC standards.
|Commission on Cancer (CoC) Brochure||
Commission on Cancer (CoC)
This brochure defines the mission of the Commission on Cancer (CoC), gives high-level information about CoC programs, tools, and resources, and includes staff contact information.
The brochure was created to provide general information and is meant for use within a cancer program or department.
Limit: 10 copies
|Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit||
Feeding Tube Home Skills
The Surgical Patient Education
Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit is a simulation-based, multimedia program that
supports self-paced learning and safe self-management following discharge. Each
skill kit contains practice equipment, a DVD with skill demonstration, an
instruction booklet with images, discharge guidelines, references for additional
support, and a step-by-step checklist to guide performance and evaluation of
skill acquisition. The Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit was developed with
multi-association consensus and is funded in part by a grant from Applied
Medical Technology, Inc.
$20.00 per kit
|National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) Standards Manual||
National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) Standards
This manual serves as the official program
guide for centers pursuing accreditation by the National Accreditation Program
for Breast Centers (NAPBC) and describes the 17 essential components and 29
program standards required for NAPBC accreditation. The activities of the NAPBC
have been designed to ensure that the structure and processes necessary for
interdisciplinary quality breast care are in place in accredited centers.
Developed by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
|National Acc. Prg for Breast Centers Info Kit||
National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers Information Kit
An informational kit that describes the benefits of
participation by breast centers in the National Accreditation Program for Breast
Centers. It provides details on eligibility criteria, breast center standards,
and necessary action steps required to pursue and achieve accreditation.
Limit: One copy
|Oncology Medical Home Accreditation Program Standards Manual||
Medical Home Accreditation Program Standards Manual
The Oncology Medical Home Accreditation
Standards Manual provides practices with a framework to earn accreditation
as a Commission on Cancer Oncology Medical Home (CoC OMH)-accredited program.
Practices seeking accreditation will need to meet the standards outlined in this
|Patient Brochure for CoC Accredited Cancer Programs||
New! Patient Brochure for CoC Accredited Cancer Programs
Earning CoC Accreditation is an important
accomplishment, and our patient information brochure is an excellent way to tell
your patients and their families exactly what it means to be cared for in a CoC
Accredited Cancer Program. The publication describes the level of care they can
expect to receive and the services available to them.
brochure in the following locations:
||- Your patient resource area or library|
||- Your outpatient waiting room|
||- Individual physician offices or departments (i.e.
For CoC Accredited
Cancer Programs only.
Orders include packets of 50
|Welcome to Our NAPBC-Accredited Breast Center brochure||
Welcome to Our NAPBC-Accredited Breast Center brochure
Welcome to Our NAPBC-Accredited Breast Center brochure
explains the importance of multidisciplinary care when diagnosed with diseases
of the breast, and specifically for breast cancer. This brochure identifies
your breast center as an NAPBC accredited breast center providing quality breast care. The brochure can be personalized with a label or stamp and made available to patients to share with family members and friends. This brochure can be attractively displayed at medical office front desks or in exam/treatment rooms.
Orders include packets of 50 brochures